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TASIOULA, ILYA (author)
The main intention of this thesis is the proposal of a new approach of the landscape that takes into account the local context in a different way. The complete and holistic understanding of the local character of the area and the interpretation of it with contemporary means will create a basis of a self-conscious design. Time-resistant...
master thesis 2018
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Novkovikj, Monika (author)
The thesis aims to explore the potentials and possibilities of open space landscapes with the goal of utilizing them in a new spatial landscape infrastructure device of integrative socio-spatial value. It will attempt to acknowledge the hidden qualities of open spaces, often overlooked due to responsibilities limited only to administrative...
master thesis 2018
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Wong, Cristina (author)
Historically, the regional landscape of Lambayeque has mainly been natural, agricultural, rural and lastly, urban. However, economic development, demographic growth and urban expansion have overpowered the more natural domain creating non–dynamic flows within the system, compressing all functions at the city scale, specially in Chiclayo as the...
master thesis 2018
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Peter, Jean-Baptiste (author)
Traditional urban design approaches have failed to address changing urban conditions such as the ecological crisis, extreme weather events, and urbanisation. There is a need to explore new approaches which are able to deal with the holistic nature of the landscape. The aim of this research is to develop an integrated urban regeneration strategy...
master thesis 2018
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Thyagarajan, Bhavna (author)
This Graduation project is an attempt to
understand how a “human dimension” approach to
landscape architecture can become a tool to invent
spaces for our future cities and to design spaces of
inclusion.
master thesis 2017
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Chen, Y.S. (author)
This project explores the landscape potential of Taiwanese river valley in terms of integrating water and river management with urbanism within the context of a dense environment diversity as well as a highly sensitive and dynamic landscape. Taking one of the most illustrative river basin, Dajia River, the steepest river with the most water...
master thesis 2017
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Lee, Seul (author)
Historically, cities have been shaped by the transport system as it was considered as the most crucial element for economic growth. However, the advance of infomation technology broke the strong relationship between the city shape, the transport system and the economic growth. Since the flow of information is no longer dependant on the physical...
master thesis 2017
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Li, S. (author)
This is a personal graduation project under the studio of Complex Cities and Regional Planning in the spatial planning chair of Urbanism track in TUD. The motivation of exploring the theme as ‘Landscape into Urbanism’ comes from the increasingly emerging environmental risks globally in urban areas. As the medium between artificial urban...
master thesis 2013
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Van Oosten, S. (author)
The land-in-between. A spatial investigation on the future transformation of the rural-urban fringe, (using the case of) the A4/Vlietzone, The Hague.
master thesis 2011
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